- You'll need to enable access in your Google Analytics account to the Google Analytics API. Click The API can be found in Google's API library located here. Search for the Google Analytics API and click Enable to continue.
- Once your account is connected the buttons should change and appear similar to the ones below.
The first thing you need to do is to sign in to your Google Analytics account and choose the site for which you’d like to grant access.
Then, click the Admin option.
Now you’ll notice there’s a User Management link under every column. That’s because there are 3 levels of access: Account, Property and View:
- Account: Allow users to add other users, add additional websites, and link AdWords and AdSense data.
- Property: Allow users to access the tracking code, adjust the retargeting code and adjust settings on a particular website.
- View: Allow users to view reports, add goals and content groupings.
Click the User Management link in the middle, under the Property column.
Step 2. Add permissions to a user
you’ll be asked to enter the email of the user to whom you’d like to give access. You can give permissions to manage users, collaborate, edit or read and analyze. Usually, support will need Edit access, but that is entirely up to you and what your comfortable with.